The Munchies

I wish I could have joined some of fellow Londoners in a photowalk this morning, but the girlies have birthday parties up the wahoo today, and I have been delegated driving duties. Presents need to be wrapped and cards coloured ASAP. We're always a little last-minute.

So I snapped a few of my own photos on a walkabout of the house (the best I could do given I was still in my pyjamas).

Mmm . . . fruit salad. Yummy, yummy. You gots to sing the song when you make fruit salad.

Then I chopped up leeks and played with them. I love how they form little Leaning Towers of Pisa when I clean the little slices!



At B's request, I am starting a new seamless yoke sweater for her with this delicious tweedy mohair. It's knitting up so light and fluffy. She LOVES it so far! Who wouldn't? With all the little rainbow specks it looks like a giant vanilla ice cream sundae with sprinkles on top. MMmmmm . . . so good, I could eat it all up!

Happy Sunday, friends!

N

6 comments:

c.Rachel said...

I was thinking cupcake frosting with sprinkles. I've got the munchies for something sweet!

orangeheromama said...

oooohhh! yummy yummy indeed! Love your photos! :)

Katherine said...

Three pictures of leaning towers of leeks. I seriously love you.

Bunni said...

Looks yummy, you are such a good cook!!

Greg Fowler said...

Always nice to discover another (semi-)London blog. In this case it was thanks to Technorati. If you'd hyperlinked your PhotoWalk reference to the FMBS article (as I've just done) it'd have generated a trackback that would have alerted us to it. You might want to keep that in mind when referring to articles on other sites in the future. Such interactivity is healthy for the local blogging community I think.

So, now that I'm aware of your presence here, who are you? LOL. Send me an email or a tweet and let me know who's behind the nick :)

Knit and Purl Mama said...

Love the flecks of color in the yarn.

Your fruit salad looks super yummy!

I used to have gifts wrapped and cards written out and ready to go waiting for weeks before a birthday party. And then the two kids came along and I'm queen of last minute now too. I hear ya.